Iglesias admitted he played with pain throughout last season, but the stress fractures were only diagnosed in the last few days. He said he will know more about a timetable and treatment after he visits with a specialist Tuesday.
"It was my call," Ausmus said, per MLB.com. "He said he could play."
"He felt great, threw it a little bit extra," Gibson said. "Both fastballs and curveballs."
Next up for Arroyo will be a three-inning, 45-pitch simulated game Wednesday. If all goes well, then he could pitch in a minor-league game five days later.
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There is still no word how long Iglesias will be sidelined, but it could be a "significant" amount of time. The Tigers will know more after Iglesias visits with the doctor.
"It's a little different than he's been facing," Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson said, per The Arizona Republic. "He had a tough at-bat."
Ross is facing no limitations running the bases, and the team hopes he is ready to play in the outfield within in a week.
"It was definitely just nice to get out there, no matter what the outcome, just to step in the box," Ross said. "To be where I was eight months ago and to get in there and compete, it was definitely something I really didn't think was possible at this time."